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Included on Girls Season 3 Soundtrack

Jan 13, 2014 Jenny Lewis Bookmark and Share

Last night saw the season three premiere of HBO’s Girls. As in seasons past the show leaned on a more indie-friendly soundtrack for its double-episode debut, featuring a brand new track by Jenny Lewis called “Completely Not Me.” Featuring some assistance from Vampire Weekend‘s Rostam Batmanglij, the song is available to stream on Entertainment Weekly‘s website.

The tracklist for Girls’ full season three soundtrack has also been released, featuring contributions from Beck, Lily Allen, M. Ward, Father John Misty, Aimee Mann, and Cat Power. Scroll down below to view the full list of songs.

Girls: Volume 2: All Adventurous Women Do… Music From the HBO Original Series:

Vampire Weekend: “I’m Going Down”
Jenny Lewis: “Completely Not Me” *
M. Ward: “I Get Ideas”

Lily Allen: “Late Comer”
Beck: “Blue Moon”
Miguel: “simplethings” *
Christina Perri: “I Don’t Wanna Break”
Oasis: “Wonderwall”
Zero DeZire: “It’s My Birthday (Remix)” *
Aimee Mann: “How Am I Different”
Father John Misty: “Nancy From Now On”
Jake Bugg: “There’s a Beast and We All Feed It”
Cat Power: “Free (Gigamesh Remix)” *
Daniel Johnston: “Life in Vain (Live at Austin City Limits)”
Michael Penn: “Daisy (From One Man’s Trash)” *

*Exclusive New Track



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Mariah Carey
October 7th 2014

I love this serie. I love it’s music also.

July 14th 2016

Thank you CW, for the info regarding Soros, and the FEC. It looks like our government has been over run by communists trying to destroy this country. Obama always wants to shrink derpmtaents, into smaller, more easily corrupted, number of officials.